Restaurant manager Ana Tomkin (centre) and her staff Lucy Gain (left) and Alana Saunders illustrate the fare on offer at Queenstown’s latest countryside eatery, the Jack’s Point Clubhouse.
Though at the hub of a developing five-star golf resort, business consultant Fleur Caulton insists the restaurant/café isn’t exclusive.
Punters can book in for breakfast or lunch but it’s also a drop-in venue for golfers, walkers or cyclists who can take away snacks. “Even if you just want a coffee or a wine, that’s fine.”
An on-site baker makes breads, pastries, cakes and biscuits. Next summer the Clubhouse hopes to open for dinner.